The “OTHER” State Taxes

State Tax Remote Telecommute EmployeesDuration: 60-minutes
Previously Recorded

States are looking for additional revenues, and while most conversations regarding state and local taxes circle around income tax and sales tax, there are other state taxes to consider. These taxes are not new; as businesses continue to work across state lines, they have become very relevant to the business owner and their bottom line.

We encourage you to attend our upcoming webinar, where we’ll discuss these different types of state taxes and how they can impact your architectural and engineering firm.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the different types of “other” state taxes
  • Understand how they may apply to your firm
  • Understand the consequences of noncompliance

Webinar: The "OTHER" State Taxes

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About the Presenters:

Karen Poist | Stambaugh Ness

Karen J. Poist, CPA | Director, State & Local Tax

As a Director of SN’s State and Local Tax (SALT) Practice Area, Karen applies her significant taxation expertise to guide clients through the increasingly complex SALT environment, including tax consulting, compliance, and resolution.

Over her 30+ years working in the accounting industry, Karen has developed a deep working knowledge of corporate taxation, including a specialized focus in state and local sales and use tax, state and local income tax, audit representation, tax planning, consulting, due diligence and mergers and acquisitions.

 

 

Mindy Toole, CPA, CGMA, CDA | Stambaugh NessMindy Toole, CPA, CGMA, CDA | Director, AEC Tax Practice

Mindy is not interested in being a “jack-of-all-trades” accountant. She is all AE, all the time, and her knowledge of the industry runs deep. Formerly an owner at both T. Wayne Owens & Associates, PC and TWO CPAs & Consultants, Inc., Mindy has handled many complex projects for AE firms during her career and understands the nuances that exist in the AE world. Some of her many client success stories include the time she helped a firm save nearly $9 million through a well-executed change in accounting method from accrual to cash, handling the tax side of the sale of a large multi-state engineering firm to a publicly-traded company, and successful M&A deals.

 

Kimberley Tarnakow, CPA | Senior Tax Manager